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Vigorous exercise may not keep dementia from worsening
by Lisa Rapaport
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14 June 2018
On 14 June 2018 Reuters reported:
People with dementia who exercise regularly are just as likely to experience cognitive decline as those who don't work out, a UK study suggests. 'High-intensity exercise is unlikely to cure or reduce the symptoms of dementia,' said lead study author Sarah Lamb of the University of Oxford. ... 'Although the current study didn't show benefits to cognition, physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle is still likely to reduce the risk of other chronic diseases which can also negatively impact a dementia patients' quality of life,' Joe Northey of the University of Canberra in Australia, who wasn't involved in the study, said by email.
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Adding exercise to usual dementia care wasn't entirely without benefit, however.
'Peoples' muscles got stronger and other aspects of their physical fitness improved,' Lamb said by email.
SOURCE: bit.ly/2wS5S8b The BMJ, online May 16, 2018.
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